While 5G is still in its infancy, many companies are working on its successor such as Nokia.
According to the CEO of the equipment manufacturer, 6G will officially enter the commercial market in 2030.
While 5G is slowly but surely getting popular,
many manufacturers and equipment suppliers are already working on developing the new generation of mobile networks.
This is particularly the case with Huawei, which intends to launch the first 6G infrastructures by 2030.
For its part, Samsung has opened a new research department dedicated to 6G,
while Apple is looking for specialized engineers to design new wireless communication systems as well as to prepare for the transition to 6G.
As for the European Union, it is already paving the way since it commissioned 6G technology to Nokia and Ericsson, for a new launch of 2030.
According to first estimates by equipment manufacturers, speeds could rise to 1 terabyte/s, or 8000 times the maximum transfer speed offered by 5G. .
In terms of this launch window, Nokia seems confident.
Pekka Lundmark CEO recently announced that he estimates that 6G will officially enter commercial markets as early as 2030.
The president made the remarks during a round table at the World Economic Forum in Davos earlier this week.
Separately, the CEO said it won’t be smartphones that will enter 6G in the next decade. According to him,
smartphones will gradually be replaced by devices connected directly to our body,
such as what Neuralink promises to implant in the human brain.
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